Chadron High School901 Cedar Street
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Daily School Schedule
7:50AM - 3:15PM
7:50AM - 1:30PM
Mr. Jerry Mack
Thanks to the great tasting food of Creative Dining, our school breakfast and lunch contractors, we have finally had to change our scheduled morning break to allow time for as many as 100 students to eat breakfast! Today, 24 students were served breakfast before school with an additional 75 breakfasts served during a 10-minute morning break.
Monday, Sept. 23 from 4-7 pm, Scottsbluff, Harms Tech Center
The Legislature’s Tax Modernization Committee has been charged with finding ways to modernize Nebraska’s tax code, taking into consideration the following elements: fairness, competitiveness, simplicity and compliance, stability, adequacy, and the interrelationships among tax systems.
Congratulations to Chadron High School students Sara Tompkins and Maryline Watak!
Sara and Maryline have won a trip to Chicago through the Upward Bound program! In August, Upward Bound held an essay contest where students in the program were asked to submit an essay of how they could become better leaders. Sara and Maryline were two of seven students chosen for their outstanding essays.
In Composite Math class, students did flight tests with the balsa wood gliders, moving the wings, the horizontal stabilizer, and also the vertical stabilizer. Then using mail labels that were attached to the back of the wings, and both the vertical and horizontal stabilizers, they tried to affect the pattern of the flight. After a few tosses they made predictions of what each adjustment would do to the glider.
(Submitted by Ashlee Dodge)
Patriot Day is an annual observance of those who were injured or lost their lives during the 9/11/01 terrorist attacks on the United States.
Chadron High School will be hosting Parent/Teacher Conferences next Thursday, 9/19 from 5:00-8:30p.m.
In addition to visiting with teachers, parents of juniors and seniors are encouraged to attend a presentation by Seth Hulquist regarding educational opportunities for students at Chadron State College.
It’s not too soon to start planning for post-secondary education. Seth will be offering presentations at 5:30 and 6:00 p.m. Students and parents are welcome to attend!
Head over heels...heels over head over science? Easter in September?? Here comes “Physical Science Cottontail hopping down the practice field….”
After watching the videos, you may wonder what is going on at 10th & Cedar in Chadron.
The physical science class is working on a “speed unit”. They are learning how to calculate speed. The videos show the activities that they had to complete to calculate their speeds at different types of movement.
Students had to complete the following activities:1. Hopping over a 5 meter and 10 meter distance.2. Walking over a 5 meter and 10 meter distance.3. Speed walking over a 5 meter and 10 meter distance.4. Walking backward over a 5 meter and 10 meter distance.
(Submitted by Sydney Blome and Veronica Parish)On Thursday, August 29, Mr. Bradley's trigonometry classes completed their first lab regarding innovative thinking using methods of mathematics and design . Each pair was given a ruler, a roll of scotch tape, scissors, and a single piece of paper. The challenge of this lab was to find the most ideal design, using only the sheet of paper, to support as many bricks as possible.
Culinary arts students are starting the year off with safety and sanitation in the kitchen. These students are engaged in a powder identification activity where they try to identify cooking powders vs. toxic cleaning powders by only look and feel through the bag. The results surprise students and they realize how important it is to identify and label everything in the kitchen.
A quick summary of the 2013 NeSA Results for Chadron High School
- Chadron High School maintained the high level of excellence in all four subjects similar to last year to be one of the leading schools in the state for test scores.
- Nebraska increased the percentage of students meeting or exceeding the standards in all four subject areas as compared to last year.